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Today's Stichomancy for Paul McCartney

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Apology by Xenophon:

themselves and bear false witness against me, alike with those who listened to their instruction, must be conscious to themselves of a deep impiety and injustice.[45] But for myself, what reason have I at the present time to hold my head less high than I did before sentence was passed against me, if I have not been convicted of having done any of those things whereof my accusers accused me? It has not been proved against me that I have sacrificed to novel divinities in place of Zeus and Hera and the gods who form their company. I have not taken oath by any other gods, nor named their name.

[44] {eipein auton [autos(?)]}, i.e. "according to Hermiogenes."

[45] Or, "must have a heavy load on their minds in the consciousness


The Apology
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Herland by Charlotte Gilman:

you know. And marriage is the ceremony, civil and religious, that joins the two together--`until death do us part,'" he finished, looking at Celis with unutterable devotion.

"What makes us all feel foolish," I told the girls, "is that here we have nothing to give you--except, of course, our names."

"Do your women have no names before they are married?" Celis suddenly demanded.

"Why, yes," Jeff explained. "They have their maiden names --their father's names, that is."

"And what becomes of them?" asked Alima.

"They change them for their husbands', my dear," Terry


Herland
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Westward Ho! by Charles Kingsley:

"Now then, jump in. Here, hand them to the gangway as they come up.

It was done; and as each appeared he was kicked to the scuppers, and bundled down over the side.

"She's full. Cast loose now and off with you. If you try to board again we'll sink you."

"Fire! fire!" shouted Cary, forward. "Up the main hatchway for your lives!"

The ruse succeeded utterly; and before half-an-hour was over, all the ship's boats which could be lowered were filled with Spaniards in their shirts, getting ashore as best they could.